Looks like rocker Melissa Etheridge is headed to Erie
Etheridge’s web site today lists an Oct. 23 show at the Warner Theatre. No ticket details have been announced, but with the date just six weeks away, look for an on-sale date and prices to be announced soon, likely early next week.
This would be Etheridge’s first Erie show. She’s touring behind her new CD, “4th Street Feeling,” which was released Sept. 4 and includes the current single “Falling Up.”
Etheridge has won two Grammy Awards and earned another 13 nominations during her storied career, which includes such radio staples as “Bring Me Some Water,” “Come to My Window,” “I’m the Only One” and “Angels Would Fall,” among others.
She even played St. Jimmy for a week on Broadway in Green Day’s “American Idiot.”
Can’t wait for this one.
Don’t forget, Train appears on the 15th season debut of VH1′s “Behind the Music” on Sunday at 9 p.m. Frank Ocean is the music guest when “Saturday Night Live” returns tomorrow (Sept. 15) with guest host Seth MacFarlane.
In case you missed Thursday’s news, Led Zeppelin will release “Celebration Day” — their reunion concert from December 2007 at London’s O2 arena — on DVD on Nov. 19.. Select theaters will screen it on Oct. 17, but unfortunately, Tinseltown will not be showing it.